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  • We live on a flat plane

    Erfisflat said:

    I think someone just needs attention.
    They're both just desperate for attention so they're flagging everything we post as either Spam or Fallacy and bringing up plain ridiculous arguments that essentially boil down to "NUH UH BS"
    I don't know about Dawn, but the other is too childish to respond to. How can we falsify the globe model? Measure the earth, if we see things we shouldn't claim mirage! Unfalsifiable again! Just look at these composite images!
  • Why does it matter what marriage is called?


    I'm afraid your opponent is correct on this one.  This isn't a matter of gay rights.  If two horses can't get married because Marriage is between a Man and Woman...then two Men or two Women cannot marry each other because Marriage is between a Man and Woman.  We don't violate the sanctity of things simply because other people want them to bend or contort in ways that benefit themselves...that's not how our laws work.  We don't bend tax brackets to fit those of us who want to be in them but don't qualify for them.  We don't bend licensing laws to somehow arbitrarily include people who don't qualify for the licenses.  IF this is truly about the benefits that gay people are alleged to be owed then they should be fighting to bring the benefits of a Civil Union up to par with Marriage benefits...not insisting that the U.S. rewrite the law on Marriage to fit their agenda.
  • Violence Solves Everything

    Too often in common conversation the phrase "Violence doesn't solve anything" is used as an argument against the use of force or violence to achieve a goal.  Unforunately for the pushers of this idea it's simply not true.  We can't even have an honest discussion about the establishment of our Country (U.S.) without having an honest discussion about Violence.

    My opinion is superbly aligned with Robert A. Heinlein who said

    "Anyone who clings to the historically untrue and thoroughly immoral doctrine that violence never settles anything I would advise to conjure up the ghosts of Napoleon Bonaparte and the Duke of Wellington and let them debate it. The ghost of Hitler could referee and the jury might well be the Dodo, the Great Auk, and the Passenger PigeonViolence, naked force, has settled more issues in history than has any other factor, and the contrary opinion is wishful thinking at its worst. Breeds that forget this basic truth have always paid for it with their lives and their freedoms."

    Violence is not only a natural part of our Human History, but it's essential to our survival.  I'm not suggesting that we need to religiously embrace violence like the Spartans but an honest look at Violence would, in my opinion, help us to understand ourselves better.  More importantly though, I think we need to stop teaching and preaching the fraudulent idea that Violence is wrong or that it "Doesn't solve anything" becase it's dishonest at best.
  • The eclipse debunks the globe/heliocentric model of the universe.

  • The earth is flat

    Erfisflat said:
    "How can the Sun go down in a flat Earth system?"

    If you had read any of the posts, you'd know. You aren't serious, and you don't care. Your questions have been answered, and instead of conceding or addressing those, you nonchalantly dismiss the evidence without reason to save face.
    @Erfisflat It's amazing after all the info you have beautifully presented here on this O.P., that you explained over and over again, and they still can't get past the first question they asked?
    Was I this bad in the beginning too? Do you remember?

    Or maybe he is asking how the sun can literally go down, as if that ever happened on their Heliocentric model? You think?
  • We live on a flat plane

    Also @Coveny we know you're trolling at this point. That, or just desperate. 
    I think you should stop responding to him. He's just going to flood this thread with insults and other fallacies or mark your comments as spam. He won't address your arguments. 
  • We live on a flat plane

  • We live on a flat plane

    I agree
  • We live on a flat plane

    @PowerPikachu So I see you're going to keep bringing up an edge over and over again.

    "Also, you didn't answer my question about the sun and moon. How do the sun and moon move? According to the model, we see them hovering. Why are they hovering? Inside the dome, no less. I'm having trouble figuring out how this is possible in your model" That is an unverifiable question, but there a number of theories..

    "You did say "But if it takes 27 days for the moon to orbit the Earth, how does it's shadow move to each side of the us in a matter of hours?" I'm not sure where you're going with this, though. What do you mean by shadow? I haven't heard of the moon casting a shadow, other than during eclipses and moon phases. Though thinking about it now, I have more questions. How do moon phases work in the Flat Earth? And how do eclipses happen?"

    Moon phases.

    Image result for solar eclipse 2017 picture

    The reason there are eclipses is because there is an invisible body that blocks out the sun, aka Rahu.  

  • We live on a flat plane

    Is the flat Earth supposed to be a joke? I refuse to believe you really mean anything you've said @SilverishGoldNova

    While it isn't a joke it's apparent the majority of globe Earthers view us as trolls or idiots and become obsessed with us because they think they'll win.

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